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In the name of Peace and Justice.

I have three wishes today, which I present to you in the name of Peace and Justice - in the hope they may be fulfilled. 

My first wish for today is about border conflicts. Border conflicts can lead to war - and we don't want wars, we want peace. So, border conflicts need to be resolved, the sooner the better. Border conflicts need to be resolved NOW!

In North America (including Central America), these are the ongoing conflicts, with the countries involved:

1. HN/SV        Conejo Island

2. HN/BZ/GT  Sapodilla Cayes

3. BZ/GT        Southern part of Belize

4. US/CO/NI/JM: Baya Nuevo, some silly reef in the middle of nowhere

5. US/CO/NI/HN: Serranilla Bank, another silly reef in the middle of nowhere 

6. CO/NI         San Andres and adjacent island

7. US/HT        Navassa Island

8. US/CU        Guantanamo

9. US/CA        several disputes concerning rocks and islands

10. CA/DK      Hans Island (Whiskey War resolved?)


My wish is for the countries and the governments involved to sit together and find a speedy solution to these disputes, over a bottle of whiskey or wine or whatever, NOW!


My second wish for today is not about borders, it's about getting rid of borders. In a paradise, there are no borders.

Now of course I know it's hard to get from a world of many borders to a world without borders. We need a step by step approach.

My second wish for today is that we create a United States of North America, without borders.

That's a tall order.

And it will have to start with the United States of America. The very name of this particular country is an affront to the rest of the Americas. The USA is not America. It's not even North America. It's part of North America. So it's appropriate name should be something like "The United States of Part of North America", USPNA.

Next, this cursed artificial and almost totalitarian division of North America into an Anglophone world and a Latino world has to be overcome. We know that in different countries people tend to speak different languages. This is an invitation to learn foreign languages, not to create stupid barriers. All barriers and walls need to be pulled down and done away with, once and for all!

And then we'll need to think about an ideal, appropriate government system for such a new North American Union. The present Presidential System as practiced in the USA today certainly won't do the job. We need a system that represents a vast majority of the total population, not just a small partisan minority. And a system that can safely prevent a crazed-up egomaniac lunatic President to try and take over absolute power for himself by force.

It's a huge challenge, and an impossible endeavor. It's like flying to the moon: an impossible task - until such moment when a brave man comes along and declares that, yes, we're going to do it!

And with this I'm coming to my third wish for today.

And this time, we're not looking into the future but back in time.

In the past, many wrongs have been committed. Wrongs of all kind. I'm talking about wrongs committed by governments, by nations, by regimes, by authoritarian leaders.

There can be no peace if justice is not done. This includes justice for historical wrongs.

The wrongs that have been committed against the American Natives is of horrendous proportions. And there are innumerable other examples worldwide, past and present. Take the case of the ongoing genocidal subjugation of the Tibetans and the Uighurs, the Darfur genocide, the Rohingya genocide, and so on, and so on, and so on.

The question is not whether such wrongs must be prosecuted and judged,  but rather: Who's going to prosecute? Who will be the judge?

And how far back in time should historical crimes be brought to justice? Should the crimes committed by Alexander the Great and his armies be put on trial? The most horrendous, unprecedented crimes committed by Genghis Khan and his successors?

I don't have the answers.

But I know: In order to reach a state of Peace and Justice, such questions must be answered and resolved, one way or the order - with the consent of humanity at large.

That may sound rather vague and noncommittal. It's a task that I leave up to YOU to debate and resolve. A solution must be found! 

Such are my three wishes for today, which I present to you in the name of Peace and Justice, in the hope they may be fulfilled.

In the name of Peace and Justice, thank you!